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First Try of 7 Inch Concentric Coil on Anfibio Multi

RLOH

Well-known member
Finally a break in the weather, so I hooked up the new 7 inch concentric coil on my Multi. I mainly hunt coin in parks, fairground, and schools so I am bombarded with all sorts of modern trash. These places are absolutely loaded with every sort of pull tab and bottle caps. I have tried many dd coils and like how I can wiggle them over a target. but as most know, they do not fare well with bottle caps.

I didn't buy this coil for extreme depth, but was hoping for something in the 6 inch deep range. This coil will do that accurately. Yesterday I was a fairgrounds that has places that you cannot use a coil over 9inches and that is pushing it. I went to the very worst spots and this coil really performed well . It is dead accurate with the numbers and a couple of times I was able to dig a coin 6-7 inches deep. These deeper coins were not typical signals, but were more of a quick whine, but everytime I got good numbers. I am hooked on three tones because of how crisp the tones are. I tried 4 tone mode, but I find the tones to be mushy. It could be me, but will try this mode again.

I ended up with 28 coins, a junk ring, and half of a sterling silver ring. I found the part with the sterling mark! The best thing about this coil for a park hunter like myself is I did not dig one bottle cap. All in all a very nice small coil and it does exactly what I wanted it for. Settings 3 tone, 14 khz, gain 89.
 

JCR TX

Well-known member
Yes, that 7" concentric KR 18C is exceptional in trash, especially nails.
 

LTDigger

Member
Pardon my ignorance, but isnt the Anfibio a single multi rather than an SMF machine? Wish they may made a few more larger concentrics even though they are harder to pinpoint. Are deeper in the right areas.
 

MikeW

Member
Finally a break in the weather, so I hooked up the new 7 inch concentric coil on my Multi. I mainly hunt coin in parks, fairground, and schools so I am bombarded with all sorts of modern trash. These places are absolutely loaded with every sort of pull tab and bottle caps. I have tried many dd coils and like how I can wiggle them over a target. but as most know, they do not fare well with bottle caps.

I didn't buy this coil for extreme depth, but was hoping for something in the 6 inch deep range. This coil will do that accurately. Yesterday I was a fairgrounds that has places that you cannot use a coil over 9inches and that is pushing it. I went to the very worst spots and this coil really performed well . It is dead accurate with the numbers and a couple of times I was able to dig a coin 6-7 inches deep. These deeper coins were not typical signals, but were more of a quick whine, but everytime I got good numbers. I am hooked on three tones because of how crisp the tones are. I tried 4 tone mode, but I find the tones to be mushy. It could be me, but will try this mode again.

I ended up with 28 coins, a junk ring, and half of a sterling silver ring. I found the part with the sterling mark! The best thing about this coil for a park hunter like myself is I did not dig one bottle cap. All in all a very nice small coil and it does exactly what I wanted it for. Settings 3 tone, 14 khz, gain 89.
That’s good to know. I just purchased a used Kruzer and was thinking of getting the 7. I ended up getting the 7.5x4 inch. Hope to try it this weekend!
 

RichW

Active member
Finally a break in the weather, so I hooked up the new 7 inch concentric coil on my Multi. I mainly hunt coin in parks, fairground, and schools so I am bombarded with all sorts of modern trash. These places are absolutely loaded with every sort of pull tab and bottle caps. I have tried many dd coils and like how I can wiggle them over a target. but as most know, they do not fare well with bottle caps.

I didn't buy this coil for extreme depth, but was hoping for something in the 6 inch deep range. This coil will do that accurately. Yesterday I was a fairgrounds that has places that you cannot use a coil over 9inches and that is pushing it. I went to the very worst spots and this coil really performed well . It is dead accurate with the numbers and a couple of times I was able to dig a coin 6-7 inches deep. These deeper coins were not typical signals, but were more of a quick whine, but everytime I got good numbers. I am hooked on three tones because of how crisp the tones are. I tried 4 tone mode, but I find the tones to be mushy. It could be me, but will try this mode again.

I ended up with 28 coins, a junk ring, and half of a sterling silver ring. I found the part with the sterling mark! The best thing about this coil for a park hunter like myself is I did not dig one bottle cap. All in all a very nice small coil and it does exactly what I wanted it for. Settings 3 tone, 14 khz, gain 89.
Doesn't surprise me very much, the best cure for bottle caps is a concentric. Hopefully manufactures will introduce more in the future. Thanks for the post RL and best of luck !
 

irnwrkr

Well-known member
Anfibio and Multi kruzer transmit single frequencies, however there are 3 to pick from. One is either 3 or 5 (i forget) 14 and I think 19 or 20. Very good machines imo
 
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